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in favor, signify by aye. >> motion carries. public comments? dr. jackson. dr. jackson. >> thank you very much, dr. jackson, hunter's point. i wasn't going to come today but it became an emergency. we have a large problem in the southeast sector of san francisco, especially with our children. we have a turf, where children that live in a full-block area cannot leave out to get to school. there was a group financing the young men and women to the college, and they were doing well. but the funding stopped last friday. i am concerned about the young people getting to school. i know there are programs and i talked to one this morning with the city hall, the young people wears colored jackets and things but only 12 staff. my concern is a community benefit fund for hunter's point and that's funding for all over the city. but my concern is when funds are given out to so-called cbo's or the same people, it do not reach in my community where it need to be reached. i requested that i would like to see when funds are distributed to so-called groups that are doing something in my community. including
items. i know dr. jackson wanted to make a comment on item 9a. is that correct? >>> yes. >> why don't we make the comment while we're considering the consent item as a whole rather than removing an item. >> does it need to be read into the record? i'll read the item. consent calendar item 9, 9a through 9j consent -- >> go ahead. >> all matter listed hereunder constitute a consent calendar, are considered to be routine by the san francisco public utilities commission, and will be acted upon by a single vote of the commission. there will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the commission or the public so requests, in which event the matter will be removed from the calendar and considered as a separate item. >> dr. jackson. >>> i didn't hear too well. you were saying you were removing this? >> i prefer not to. but i did not want to prevent you from making comments on it. >>> well, i'm glad it's being removed. >> you want it removed? >>> yes. >> is there a motion by a member of the committee? i don't want it removed, but if someone else does, that's their option. all
can up front to figure out what the appetite is for the rate hit. >> definitely. >> dr. jackson. >> thank you. dr. jackson. i have received calls and some people go on the internet. i don't do that, because i don't know how. and there was a question concerning the davis & associates. especially with public education community engagement and the advertising in the different areas. and because in my community and i always talk about bayview hunter's point. because i don't talk about nobody else's area. in my area in district 10, we have mostly latinos, asians and samoians, and those who don't read english. everyone knows i am the mayor of hunter's point and they ask me the question. and who will they hire to knock to doors? because a lot of people will not open their doors to strangers. they know the people in the neighborhood. and i want you to think about this clearly. we have people that have worked jointly in the community over the last 30 years. because of our influx with the redevelopment agency. so the thing of it is, i want to let you know that people are watching. and a l
as this as you can. >> dr. jackson. >> thank you very much, dr. jackson is here. i agree, that need to be a workshop. what happens in san francisco, people come here late and don't know the neighborhoods. and what is been going on in the neighborhoods. and it's the neighbors that can tell you. and i support the idea that you, since you were responsible for water and sewage, that you take charge. that is your responsibility. the water sheds is your responsibilities. so i am here supporting the residents from lake merced, because the lake is the most -- was at one time the most beautiful lake in any city. because i used to go over there and fish, i am a fishing woman. and i would like to continue. and i agree about although i do own a gun. but i don't believe that there should be a place out there where there is a park, where people are shooting bullets. bullets can go anywhere, because it don't have no name on it, in the direction it should go. i feel as though when i go and practice for my shooting, it's inside. it's not outside. and it's there in davis city. so i hope you listen to
from the calendar and considered as a separate item. >> dr. jackson. >>> i didn't hear too well. you were saying you were removing this? >> i prefer not to. but i did not want to prevent you from making comments on it. >>> well, i'm glad it's being removed. >> you want it removed? >>> yes. >> is there a motion by a member of the committee? i don't want it removed, but if someone else does, that's their option. all right. >> aren't they allow today do that? >>> are you going to put it over to another time? >> no, no, i don't want to do that. >> just to be clear, in removing it from consent, that's essentially what you're doing by allowing someone to testify on an individual item. but then you're going to call it. you're not removing it from the calendar. you're going to call it and vote on it -- >> correct. >> all right. >> motion -- >> i move to remove it from -- >> mr. courtney, without objection, that will be the order. all right, dr. jackson, now you can legally speak. >>> thank you. when i saw this on the calendar, and i read a, i would like -- if staff is here, you have in front
of the board of supervisors. >> here, here. >> dr. espanola jackson. >>> good afternoon, and happy new year. >> and to you as well. >>> is david chiu here? >> i congratulated him in the virtual world. >>> oh, i congratulate him, too. one of the things that i want to talk about is southeast community college. we're having a lot of problems there. and one of those problems is that -- i don't know if i mentioned it to you or not, but i mention it had to others -- about turf in my community. and the turf means -- a lot of people say gangs. we don't have gangs in bayview hunters point. i want you to understand this very closely. we have turf. what turf means is that within a circle in the areas up in bayview hunters point, these young people cannot go beyond four blocks of where they live or they will be killed, shot, or beat upon. we've had programs that were taken upbringing our children from up on the hill down to the college for them to be educated. they want to be educated. we worked out some of the plans for -- because i met with the college trustees and i will be meeting with them again o
consequences of political correctness. dr. jackson, when you talk about racial paranoia, who is paranoid? >> guest: i would argue we are all paranoid when it comes to race and probably for good reason. one of the points in the book is that raises a category itself is about the embedding of paranoia into the way they look a social life. for instance, the whole point is to say some distances are so paramount, biological, hardwired that we have to be on the lookout at all times and mixing of different ways in which we differentiate between us and them. greece itself is about fearing social paranoia. when you think about a country like the united states that's trying to work through its own history of racial antagonist and coming to have two models. one is we're transcending them in moving beyond, trying to build a multiracial community. .. the only reason why i feel like we have to be very careful about serious discussions about things we feel uncomfortable about. we've been through all of this stuff. made it to the finish line and now the only way to move forward is to pretend we haven't r
dr. jackson who i have known as a friend for 51 years. we have traveled around the world in brazil and africa. we were there when mr. mandala was release friday prison. we have gone. >> >> congress. we have gone before great enemies even to plead for justice for all peoples but i present to you a preacher of the gospel. a faith leader who knows that there is no lasting peace at all unless you pay the price for peace by working the things that make the peace in a community. jesse jackson has been the needle. he has been the thread through the agency of rainbow push coalition pulling together all of these broken fabrics of society in order that we might hope for, look for, and look for eternalally a better society in which we will be no more beset with bigotry and classicism and racism and all of the ism's that tear the very fabric of society. he has paid the price for freedom. he has paid the price for peace. he has paid the price for social betterment. i present to you a better that knows how to pay the price for a beautiful quilt, peace in san francisco with jobs, with q
that will be accomplished. that's good. that's in keeping with our policies. finally, as espinola jackson stated, or dr. jackson stated, the factor had a burden imposed on it because of the history. you know the concrete, the aggregate companies. other refuse and so on and so forth. so holistically we need to devise a blueprint so that those who have been impacted that justice is done. >> thank you very much. any other public comments? i thought we had some -- any other public? no other public comments. all right. we will take note of the communications, is that correct? item 5? >> correct. >> commissioner moran. >> mr. president, a couple of items under communication, "f" and "g" are basically the water supply report. i have reviewed those and had some conversations with staff. i think there is a couple of areas where the reports are incomplete. and other areas because of that incompleteness they are misleading. i would like to ask those reports be revised and reissued in january to correct those issues. >> items "f" and "g," that's the order without objection. >> and the other thing as we talk about
eus -- this is 50 minutes. >> nancy ann depaul. how are you, welcome. >> and dr. shirley ann jackson. >> and andrea mitchell. who is probably been working since 5:00 this morning, too. >> i bet you every single person here has been up since 5:00. >> block i saw the dress andrea had on, and i thought -- >> that was clever. you're not a rhodes scholar for thing. >> 4:30 wakeup for the morning joe. >> oh, my gun. what time do you get up? >> 4:30 to 5:00. >> i'm the late raiser, 5:00 to 5:30. >> how late do you work straight through? typically. i guess every day is different. >> when you're doing the "today" program you have to be the last one out at night to make sure you have the overnight. especially secretary clinton was traveling because there were late and early developments as well. so i'm there until 10:00 or 11:00, and i can go out and get michigan to eat and come back. >> for the two people in america who don't know andrea mitchell, i want to introduce her. incomes' chief foreign affairs correspondence. one of the most respected and hardest working journalist in america and we'
. next speaker please. >> happy new year. this is my first time before you. my name is dr. ispin nola jackson and been a resident since 1943 and has been stated bay view hunter's point is the community that no one wants come but i would like to say this like the young man said a minute ago. you need to send a signal to all contractors, developers or whatever that going to come work in bay view hunt hunter's point and do anything they will be fined hefty because of what my neighbors are going through and may become ill because of the dust and not having people there with signs and letting the people know work was going on in that area, and i was shocked. i passed by one day and the building there and the next day the building gone. i never seen nothing move that fast in my life in san francisco but in bay view hunt hunt they come and leave quickly and there are lots of things going on in my community that shouldn't be going on. if you don't send a message no message will be sent to the developers or contractors in san francisco and they will continue doing what is illegal and i never
parle, how are you? welcome. >> thanks. >> here we go. and dr. shirley ann jackson. and andrea mitchell. who's probably been working since fife this morning -- since five this morning too. >> how are you? >> i bet you every single person here has been up since five. >> i dressed based on what andrea had on. >> you saw her on tv, and then you said, oh -- that was clever. you're not a rhodes scholar for anything. [laughter] >> wow. >> 4:30 wakeup for morning joe. >> with oh, my gosh. so you get up at 4:30 every day -- >> not every day. >> many days. >> what time do you get up, shirley? >> 4:30 to 5. >> i'm the late riser, 5 to 5:30. >> and then you work, how late do you work straight through? typically. i guess every day is different. >> when you're doing the today program, you have to be there, the last one out at night. especially secretary clinton is traveling right now, so there were late developments and early developments as well. so i'm there til 10 or 11. >> wow. >> and, you know, i can go out and get something to eat and come back. >> so for the two people in america that don't know a
confederate general stonewall jackson on dr. king's holiday. tasteful. joining me now from d.c. is political reporter joe williams. and here with me in new york is the only and only sam seder host of the majority report. thank you for your time tonight to discuss all of this malfeasance. joe, let me start with you because my head hurts over this. help me out here. 41 votes to maintain a filibuster instead of 60 to break it. is that the kind of reform harry reid has been promising month after month? >> basically it is change we can believe in if you're a senator because what they want is a rule that can benefit them when they're in the minority. and that is kind of a half measure that nobody really likes. because everybody's afraid -- the democrats are afraid at this point that one day we're going to be where the republicans are even though they've already been where the republicans were a couple of cycles ago and they never even tried to use these kind of shenanigans to the degree the republicans have. >> john: they did use the filibuster. the republicans did use it under president bush. >>
and celebrities on hand were martin luther king iii, reverends alsharpton and jesse jackson. sharpton called the dr. king day and inauguration weekend and intersection of history. what a nice day it was outside for that too. got up to like 61,. >> yesterday was gorgeous. >> certainly not what we expected. >> i think everybody was presently expected to the up side on yesterday's daytime high. it was a good 10 degrees warmer than most of the forecasts were expecting. today will be in the mid-40s. if you are leaving had head downtown in the next hour or two, it is cold. temperature have fallen back in the mid-30s. check out dulles and bwi marshall. both freezing or even colder. going to an an interesting day. i think we'll start the day with some sunshine. as we get into the afternoon hours, we'll have this arctic front approaching from the north and west. it is truly an arctic boundary. later tonight, temperatures are going to fall into the teen and low 20s and we won't get out of the 20s for a couple of days starting tomorrow. it will be really cold around here, some of the coldest air we've
get under way, the nation is pausing to pay tribute to dr. martin luther king. community leaders and celebrities got a jump on things in washington, with an annual wreath laying ceremony. dr. king's son, jesse jackson, and actor jamie foxx were among those taking part. >>> the death toll from the algerian hostage siege has now passed 80. security forces are finding dozens more bodies. one of the captors spoke excellent english and may have been from canada. and many of the terrorists were dressed as security guards, making the decision to run for it difficult. >> you don't know what side they are. and we know that the terrorists all dress the same as the security forces. that was a huge decision, do you stay or do you go? >> at least one american is among the dead. and there are concerns about several others still missing. >>> and atlanta police are investigating a stabbing outside the georgia dome just after the nfc championship. investigators believe a falcons fan got into an argument with some 49ers fans. and one of them sliced the falcons fan in the throat. that man is hospit
. dr. king's son, jesse jackson and actor jamie foxx were among those taking part. >>> and many americans honor dr. king today by spending their holiday in a day of service, volunteering to help the needy. the park service pays tribute by offering free admissions to all 398 national parks today. most schools, government agencies and stock markets are closed for this holiday. the president and first lady saying there's no better way to honor his legacy than to help out the less fortunate. so that's a great kind of theme for the day. >> absolutely. >>> the super bowl matchup is set. a family affair you could call the har-bowl, pitting jim harbaugh against his older brother, which i didn't know, john, head coach of the baltimore ravens. >> going to be a good one. in the nfc, the 49ers overcame a 17-0 deficit against the dirty birds of atlanta. they finally locked it up for good in the fourth quarter when quarterback colin kaepernick found frank gore who rushed into the end zone. final score, 28-24. quite a game. >> in the afc, baltimore ravens quarterback joe flacco threw three tou
jackson." [audience reacts] what better way to honor dr. king? because if it weren't for the confederacy, he wouldn't have had that much to do. [ laughter ] now the bill -- you're welcome. [ laughter ] now the bill still has to be signed by virginia governor bob mcdonnell, who said "obviously the tactics used yesterday were a surprise and i don't think that's the way business should be done," but he didn't promise to veto it, saying instead "if i get a bill, i'll deal with it at that time." >> stephen: yeah, game time decision. after all, if somebody offered me a panda-burger, i'd definitely say the idea is repellant and offensive. but, if you're just going to throw it out-- [ laughter ] so virginia state senate, for putting republican leadership on the map-- and then heavily redrawing that map in your favor, you are my alpha dogs of the week. [growl] we'll be right back. ,x[cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight has won three emmys, two oscars, and two golden globes. but still no mtv movie award for best round-house kick in a romantic comedy. please w
right's leader. among the dignataries on hand, jesse jackson, jamie foxx and chris tucker. the dr. king inauguration weekend, an intersection of history. >> the first family's busy day has already begun. the president, the first lady and their two daughters left for church at saint john's. >> sarah simmons has our coverage from the other end of pennsylvania avenue and tell us what we can expect to see. she's overlooking the parade reviewing stand at lafayette park. >> reporter: that's right. we're here right behind me is where the president will be sitting to view the parade as it comes through. here you can already see we have a lot of people already showing up taking their spot here to watch the parade as well. what a wonderful place to be able to watch it. his president will be in his glass enclosed heated area viewing the parades. it wasn't until the late 1800s actually that the parade that followed the swearing in ceremony was where most of the pomp and circumstance happened. it was before the late 1800s it was the precession and leading up to the swearing in where the bands and mi
than joe biden. and joe biden could not have a better partner than dr. jill biden. we love these folks. give them a round of applause. [applause] some of you may have heard the story of andrew jackson's inaugural reception. partygoers got so rowdy, they broke expensive china. [laughter] i also want to thank the source for their outstanding entertainment. the u.s. navy see chanters and the guy who has been known to make pretty good music, mr. stevie wonder. [applause] i am delivering another speech tomorrow. so, tonight i am going to be pretty brief. there are a limited amount of good lines, and i do not want to use them all up tonight. my main purpose tonight is to say thank you. as i look out on the room, we have people of all walks of life. every state, city, suburb. eagle who have invested so much heart, soul, time, money, energy, and one of the things that made this campaign unique was the degree of investment and ownership people had in this common object of hours. you understood this was not just about the candidate. not just about joe biden or barack obama. this was about us. w
when dr. king spoke of his dream at the feet of lincoln. before that they were jailed in jackson, mississippi as defiant freedom riders risking life, limb and liberty for the cause of civil rights. and four years ago they were in tears as barack obama fulfilled the dream. >> it was just joyous. >> reporter: here they were again today, living proof of how far america can come in one lifetime. and like much of the crowd they were more subdued and reflective than they were during the first oath. >> every president has shortcomings and all have great hopes and dreams going into it and the cold hard reality of washington politics hits. >> what stories do you tell from this era to help kids understand how big this is. >> we went from this to this in your lifetime. >> the young persons found a cause and a reason to do what we did. there are causes that they, too, can find. >> what do you say to the 47% of americans who voted the other way? >> there are many points that we can all agree on. let's find those and work from there.
, michael jackson, president barack h. obama, mayor willie h. brown, dr. robert c. scott at ucs sf, academic dean keith c. wingate, assistant academic dean seana marshall, legal counsel -- leop adviser jan jamison and mammoth -- a circumcised foreign student from instandbull turkey at golden gate university. between november 2008 and december 2012, was it these hands? was it alcohol? was it drinking alcohol? was it brewing alcohol? or was it tobacco? i would like to use the rest of my time to pay tribute to the fallen. >> supervisor elsbernd: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> hey, ron austin, executive haven't -- workers union, it's been a long day. we're here to say a few words for the record to the board we received correspondence from sf mta for a service reduction on the day before christmas and the week after, and subsequently that week in between new year's and christmas. and we didn't know if the board or the city knew. and this is something that was attempted a couple of weeks back with the thanksgiving week, in which we disapproved because the level of ridership that happ
including the reverend jessie jackson participated in a wreath laying ceremony in a memorial dedicated dr. martin luther king junior. whoa have turned 84 last week and today is a national holiday in his memory. when the president takes his oath of office he will use a bible that belonged to king. >> a million people expected to be down in the anything's capital and if-- nation's capital and if they are going they want to grab a coat. >> it will be more seasonable. it will be chilly. yesterday we topped out at 58 and we will feel that today. temperatures coming in at 22 degrees right now in manchester. good morning to you. baltimore you are at 27. and aberdeen 26 degrees this morning. stevensville at 29 more in denton. and chesapeake beach at 33 degrees. the satellite and radar spiking -- picking up on snow showers. it will work et cetera way in here. we will have an arctic blast filter in behind that and we have a chance for a few snow showers this afternoon later this evening. future trend not picking up on a whole lot going through the next several days. but we have the chance for more
were different but the language and the town was one of let's unify the country. tavis: dr. cornell west and i were in a conversation. the point was made that if you have the support that jesse jackson had in black america, in what do'91988, you make of the point that if support thise's would be over? >> black folks have fun this for the clintons. black women in particular. if right now nationally the numbers showed as getting that kind of 80-90% of african- american support, it would be over with. that gap between me and hillary would be closed. what is going on in the african- american community is the same thing i saw in the u.s. senate race. i was getting 25% of the black vote. black folks did not know me. they're looking at barack obama, we do not know -- where is he from and what is he about? we went javon tv and by the end we had 85%. my support in illinois is 90% among african-americans. the same thing you are seeing in the states where i am active. in south carolina i started out at 10%. now we lead among african- americans and that is before we have run any television. the
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